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Albuquerque PD May Expand Take-Home Vehicle Use

A spokesman for the the Albuquerque (N.M.) Police Department said the new take-home policy may allow officers to use their vehicles while in the community coaching youth league teams or being involved in faith-based organizations.

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Ford Police Interceptor PPV Cabinets

Pugs Cabinet Systems. The company's experienced engineers and design team worked directly with Ford Motor Company and law enforcement to come up with advanced vehicle cabinet systems for the Ford Police Interceptor PPV

Polaris Ranger

Polaris Government and Defense is launching a new lineup of equipment for Ranger side-by-side vehicles tailored to meet the duties and responsibilities of law enforcement.

Motor Units Are Resource Multipliers

Motorcycles offer flexibility and diverse tactical options that patrol officers should use to their full advantage.

UTV Lockbox

The patent-pending UTV Strongbox secures gear and valuables in the rear of the UTV. Crafted of powder-coated, 16-gauge steel, Tuffy’s UTV Strongbox keeps mud, dust, water, and other elements away from the stored items.

Ill. City to Vote on Patrol Car Leases

The City of Rockford, Ill., will vote on a leasing plan for 28 new patrol cars as part of a five-year, $6 million vehicle replacement plan.

Dodge Announces Durango Pursuit Police SUV

Dodge is expanding its police vehicle lineup with a Pursuit version of its Durango SUV. It is powered by a 5.7L HEMI V-8, coupled with a full-time, active all-wheel-drive (AWD) system.

Ford to End PI Sedan Production in March 2019

Ford has released important deadlines for fleets interested in purchasing the Police Interceptor (PI) Sedan before it is discontinued; the last vehicles produced will be 2019 model-year vehicles.

North Carolina State Highway Patrol Debuts 'Ghost Car'

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol has begun deploying patrol cars with low-profile graphics, sometimes known as 'ghost cars,' in each of its eight troops.

Indiana City Switches to Propane Autogas for Cost Savings

The City of Hammond, Ind., is switching its fleet to propane autogas bi-fuel vehicles as part of an effort to save $26 million over the next 15 years.